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- 8 Miles
- Wed 13th October
- 11:00 AM - 3:30 PM
- The Clockhouse, Station Approach, Marlow SL7 1NT, United Kingdom
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This section of the Thames Path links two attractive riverside towns. The walking is flat and easy following the course of the river. There is much to see along the way from small hamlets full of historic interest to the drama of the Henley Regatta course.
When we arrive in Henley you might like to visit the River and Rowing Museum to soak up the history and natural life of the Thames and learn about the artist John Piper. For those opting for an overnight stay we will return to Marlow by bus.
Our longer Explorer WALX are open to all, exploring beautiful areas in and around London. Routes are planned with breaks and the opportunity for refreshments but this isn't just a ramble; we'll encourage the good posture and motivation to push yourself as we do in all our WALX.
If you'd like to benefit from using Nordic walking poles, we advise you attend a Learn to Nordic WALX workshop. Walkers without poles or with trekking poles are very welcome.
Monthly Payment clients £10; Pre-paid Credit clients £16 - price adjusted at payment.
Time: Meet at Marlow Station ready to start at 11.00 am.
Trains run hourly from London Paddington, changing at Maidenhead. We suggest you catch the 9.57 which arrives in Marlow at 10.57 am.
Approximate finish 3.15 pm
Return from Henley-on-Thames to London Paddington - trains every 30 minutes
from Henley-on-Thames to Marlow by bus
Key sightsMarlow riverside Bisham Abbey Hurley Medmenham and the Hellfire Club Hambledon Mill Greenlands Temple Island Remenham Henley-on-Thames
We will have breaks along the way, and there are plenty of choices for refreshments in Henley at the end of the walk. You might like to bring your own snacks/picnic for lunch.
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